ERE Savings Chart — October, 2011

by Vinaya HS on November 11, 2011

in Finance

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CA_ERE_Savings_Chart_Oct-11

As I wrote in last month’s update, I have indeed started a “stupid mistakes” savings goal. The intent of these savings is to have some real cash saved up so that my cash flow doesn’t turn negative whenever I make one of those “I shouldn’t really have purchased this but I did” mistakes.

I’m also expecting the ERE Savings Chart to bounce back up in November, 2011. That’s something to look forward to!




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vikram November 12, 2011 at 12:03 PM

Keep up the Good Work Vinaya..

Only if we had more people teaching financial prudishness to this world.

Wishing you a faster way to retire rich.
regards,
Vikram

amol November 18, 2011 at 3:13 AM

Vinay,

need little help in reading the chart
How do I read the chart…
what you have on the vertical axis or Y axis ?
is it the parentage of your monthly income you are saving ?

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